Friday, 23 June 2017

Ribbon Supported Lidded Box - Video Tutorial Using Lots of Love from Stampin' Up

Today's box was very much inspired by a creation of the very talented Sam Clayton who you may know from Mixed Up Crafts.

Sam shared a gorgeous box she had made which had a chain supporting the lid. I loved it and thought is was a fabulous idea and today's project is my interpretation of that box.


You can see Sam's box HERE. Mine is a simpler version of her's which is beautifully lined. I've also used ribbon for my lid support - this is probably my favourite new ribbon so far - the loved Sheer Ribbon in Fresh Fig. 

All of the stamping on this box is done using the new Lots of Love Stamp Set.



You can see just how it is made by watching my YouTube video HERE.

I hope you enjoy and if you do give it a go, let me see your version. 

As always, if you would like to buy any Stampin' Up products, you can shop on line 24/7 in my online shop HERE, or get in touch at craftycarolinecreates.com and it would be my pleasure to help. 



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Caroline x x


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Card stock - 8½ by 7½ inches
score long at 2,4,6 and 8 inches
score short a 2, 4, 5½ inches

Liner Card stock 6-7/8 inches square
score on all four sides at 2½ inches

6 comments:

  1. All I can say is you're amazing !! Love love love your blog. You are one of the few that does different box videos...so thank you for sharing your talents. You inspire me daily.

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  2. Thanks again Caroline for the mention, I really do appreciate it, You have made a fab version and as I said I love your colour combo. xx

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  3. Love it thanks for sharing to you and Sam.

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  4. Love it thanks for sharing to you and Sam.

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  5. I love the box but I could not find your measurements any where on your blog. I may be just not seeing them. Would love to try my hand at making this. Thank You JoAnn

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